#WxmAnorak | AFC Fylde 3 Wrexham AFC 2

Last time Wrexham led twice but lost: 18/10/05 Blackpool (a) 3-4 aet

Last time Wrexham led twice but lost in 90 minutes: 21/9/04 Sheff Utd (h) 2-3

Last time Wrexham led twice but lost in the league: 25/2/95 Birmingham City (a) 2-5

Wrexham scored their first goal against AFC Fylde, after five scoreless matches.

Wrexham have lost all 4 games at AFC Fylde.

Last time we lost the lead twice in a game: 25/2/18 Aldershot (h) 2-2

Last time we lost the lead twice in an away game: 11/11/11 Cambridge (a) 2-2

Jake Lawlor celebrates after scoring at AFC Fylde

Jake Lawlor scored his first goal for Wrexham.

Jake Lawlor’s last goal: 21/10/17 Guiseley 4 Solihull 2

Jake Lawlor’s last away goal: 2 1/3/17 Gateshead 1 Guiseley 1

Both Mark Harris and Michael Chambers achieved their first assists for Wrexham.

Wrexham have gone 9 games without a win for the first time since March 2007, our longest run without a win in the National League. Between December 2006 and March 2007 we failed to win in 14 games, a run which included Denis Smith’s final games in charge and Brian Carey’s first 10 matches.

Wrexham have not kept a clean sheet in 13 away games, since February (Borehamwood 2-0), our longest run since January 2009. We went 25 games without keeping an away clean sheet between March 2008 and January 2009. Brian Little kept 2 clean sheets in his last 22 away games, having kept two in his first 2 away games, and Dean Saunders kept 1 clean sheet in his first 24 away games, so between December 2007 and August 2009 we kept 3 clean sheets in 46 away games.

Wrexham haven’t kept a clean sheet in 9 games, the longest run since August 2017.

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